The Fullerton General Plan Advisory Committee will hold a public meeting Monday, June 4, to discuss the update to the city’s Comprehensive General Plan in progress now.
The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in the Mural Room of the Fullerton Police Department, 237 W. Commonwealth Ave.
The 15-member GPAC was appointed by the Fullerton City Council to provide review and feedback as the update is developed.
At the June 4 meeting, the GPAC will discuss the current general plan and the responsibilities, rules and regulations of the committee.
The general plan is used by city officials to guide long-range planning and development. The document consists of several state-mandated elements on topics such as land use, circulation, housing, resource management, and community health and safety.
State law requires cities to update their general plans every 10 years. Fullerton’s last comprehensive update was completed in 1996.
The update process will evaluate current and future community needs, challenges and opportunities through extensive outreach efforts with Fullerton residents. Workshops, meetings, discussion groups, and other presentations are planned throughout the community. Ultimately, the updated general plan will establish the official planning policy for the City of Fullerton.
Further information about the June 4 meeting or the update process may be obtained either by logging onto the General Plan Update section on the City of Fullerton website at www.ci.fullerton.ca.us, or by calling Bob St. Paul, Fullerton senior planner, at (714) 738-6559.
Persons requiring special accommodations to attend the June 4 meeting are asked to notify St. Paul prior to that date.